Michael Schumacher is the most successful driver in the history of Formula One winning five championships with Ferrari and two with Benetton.
In December 2013, the racing superstar suffered a horrific brain injury in a ski accident in the French Alps.
After being airlifted off the mountain the then 48-year-old was placed into a medically induced coma. He regained consciousness in June of the following year.
In 2014 Schumacher was moved to the medial centre at his family home in Switzerland. It has be reported that the racing legend remains paralyzed – although no official details of his current condition have been confirmed and few details on his broader condition have been released.
However, Schumacher’s manager may have dropped a clue about the F1 legend’s condition.
His manager, Sabine Kehm, made a few comments to announce details of the Michael Schumacher Museum.
She said, “During all his active years Michael kept most of his cars and many overalls and helmets. At the back of our minds we had always planned to make them available to the public.”
Many in the European media a clinging to the word “we” as a sign of hope that the seven-time world champion could be well enough to be involved in the decision-making process.